At Garvey Photography, our goal is to provide our clients with distinctive portraiture that will provide a lifetime of enjoyment. Through planning, creativity, skill, and imagination, we strive to produce a work of art that best portrays our clients' families and loved ones.
At Studio 102, photographer Randy Frank draws on 30 years of experience to tell his clients' stories through elegant images. His shutterbugs adjust the state-of-the-art lighting systems they use for fashion shoots to flatter each sitter's face and body, working to bring out individual personalities and disguise disgruntled second heads. An on-staff makeup artist and magazine-level retouching services also aid their efforts to capture clients at their best.
Jada Leigh, the eye behind the lens at Jada Leigh Photography, takes inspiration for her photography from a diverse array of sources. Her family—particularly her three children—encouraged her to take up the camera. She sticks with it, however, as a more spiritual pursuit, describing her passion through the words of Ansel Adams: "Some photographers take reality … and impose the domination of their own thought and spirit. Others come before reality more tenderly and a photograph to them is an instrument of love and revelation." She likes to capture naturalistic shots of families and children at rest and at play, enjoying their favorite spots, such as sunny backyards or the home of some Fortune 500 CEO. She keeps strictly to the digital medium, delivering electronic copies of shots via CD and selling her clients the printing rights.
Midnight Magic Studios? boudoir shoots aim to make women of all shapes and sizes feel glamorous, whether they?re stretched out on a posh bed or reclining on the sleek leather seats of a limousine. Photographer Don?specializes in making gals feel comfortable as they channel their inner sultry diva. With his relaxed demeanor and keen eye for capturing emotion, he elicits candid-looking poses and expressions rather than smiles held in place by duct tape. Don collaborates with clients on each shoot to capture their preferred tone?from flirty sweetheart to smoldering temptress?whether it is a solo session, bridal-boudoir shoot, a Pin-Up Party for a group of friends, or a for-his-eyes-only gift for a spouse.
In 2003, longtime friends Joe Hornsby and Lisa Moore opened Liza Moz' Pottery Studio—the name adapted from a nicknamed bestowed on Lisa by her family. Lisa has since passed the business on to Joe solely, and creativity continues to flourish under his direction. Joe keeps the shop stocked with a variety of unfinished bisque ceramics cast into animal shapes, tiles, plates, and mugs, each available to be painted by visiting artists. After choosing a piece to work on, visitors may paint freehand or find inspiration by consulting the shop's library of stencil collections and idea books. Artists then sketch their designs and paint their pottery with a choice of more than 50 hues. The studio’s instructors also guide students through other artistic projects beyond ceramics, such as painting canvases, tiling mosaics, and making candles. Groups holding parties can bring their own snacks and drinks to the studio, and summer camp sessions guide children through creative projects with clay, glass, or paint.